Future-fit Young Leaders
What makes a successful Young Leader? Successful leaders need to know themselves, understand others, and inspire the people they lead through great communication.
When Airbnb was founded, CEO Brian Chesky was 27 years old. Steve Jobs was 25 years old when Apple went public. Bill Gates was only 20 when he founded Microsoft. Young business leaders have the ability to achieve amazing things despite inexperience. If you want to be a successful, effective young leader, you will need to acquire a few common traits shared by the world’s most successful young businesspeople.
Successful young leaders have the ability to shape our world and grow both personally and professionally. Successful leaders never stop learning about themselves and the people that they lead.
Who should attend this workshop? Anyone in a leadership position or aspiring to be a leader, who wants to develop and improve their leadership skills.
- Self-management – Work-life balance
- People management – Inspire and motivate others.
- Leadership thinking skills – negotiation, change and decision making.
- Leadership functions – organising, coordinating, motivating.
- Leadership principles – authenticity and ethics.
Benefits of learning the tools and techniques as a leader:
- Putting theory into practice – “hands-on” techniques for managing teams.
- Build confidence to lead.
- Learn conflict skills for more effective communication.
- Develop emotional intelligence.
- Become more influential in order to lead by example.
After this one day workshop you will be able to:
- Be aware that leaders lead, not operate.
- Enhance your strengths as a leader.
- Manage stress in a work-life balance.
- Communicate effectively as a leader.
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” - John Quincy Adams
Hanrie started Pro-Active Communications 22 years ago. She specialises in communication, inspires teams and individuals to grow through the facilitation of interactive workshops and business coaching. She has an M-Phil in Management Coaching, a B-Prim (Art) and is an accredited Enneagram Coach.
She is on the virtual faculty at University of Stellenbosch and lecturers on the MBA and Senior Management Development Programmes (SMDP) at USB. Hanrie is passionate about communication and brands herself a “compulsive reader” with a “curious disposition".
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Our recommendation is that this intervention should be run as part of your in-house management development curriculum at a venue and on a date that is convenient for you!